Color Management, Part 1: Concept and Overview - Photography Tutorial


"Color management" is a process where the color characteristics for every device in the imaging chain is known precisely and utilized to better predict and control color reproduction. For digital photography, this imaging chain usually starts with the camera and concludes with the final print, and may include a display device in between. - View Tutorial »


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